This prior art search report presents the mappings of the various elements of claim of 1 of U.S. Patent No. 11,149,278 (‘278 patent), titled “Artificial nucleic acid molecules for improved protein expression”, filed by CureVac AG on December 11, 2015, following the patent’s subsequent publication on October 19, 2021.
The patent claims an artificial nucleic acid molecule comprising an open reading frame and a 3′-UTR comprising at least one poly(A) sequence or a polyadenylation signal, a vector comprising the artificial nucleic acid molecule, a cell comprising the artificial nucleic acid molecule or the vector, a pharmaceutical composition comprising the artificial nucleic acid molecule or the vector, and a kit comprising the artificial nucleic acid molecule, the vector and/or the pharmaceutical composition. Moreover, the invention concerns the use of the artificial nucleic acid molecule, the vector, the kit, or the pharmaceutical composition as a medicament, as a vaccine or in gene therapy.
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